Watch the Nurse Jackie Premiere (Episode 1): ‘Pilot’

by Bags Hooper on May 29, 2009 · 5 comments

in Nurse Jackie, Showtime

After several months of press releases, teeth grinding and impatiently awaiting Edie Falco’s return to premium cable – Nurse Jackie is finally here!

The pilot will definitely please fans of Edie Falco and long standing followers of Showtime’s dark comedy regime.

About Nurse Jackie Episode 101 – Pilot

Veteran ER nurse Jackie Peyton (Edie Falco) tries to make something good come from a senseless death at her under-funded Manhattan Emergency Room. Her day is complicated by the addition of first year nurse Zoey (Merritt Wever), frat-boy Dr. Cooper (Peter Facinelli) and a secret need for Adderall from her boyfriend Eddie Walzer (Paul Schulze), the pharmacist.

Nurse Jackie Episode 1 is written by Liz Brixius & Linda Wallem. The Pilot is directed by Craig Zisk.

Be sure to catch the premiere of Nurse Jackie Monday June 8 at 10:30PM, immediately following the premiere of Weeds Season 5.

Visit the Nurse Jackie Buzz website for all the latest on this new dark comedy starring Edie Falco.

**UPDATE: Now that Season 1 is over, the Pilot is no longer available for viewing. Sorry!

  • http://www.Adderall-Abuse.com Adderall Abuse

    One of the greats. Carmela Soprano-level great. Anna Gunn should be winning Emmys all over the place. If you came down from outer space and decided to learn about humanity by watching TV, you could be forgiven for …. Jackie is a nurse with a prescription drug addiction. … I started watching Breaking Bad last week, and I can’t imagine how excruciating it would be to watch without the ability to just play the nextepisode (I have only 1 left in the first season). …

  • http://grindingteeth.healthrama.com/ Gabrielle

    Hey Bags, tried to email you about this post but can’t seem to reach you. Please email me when you get a moment. I really like your design btw ;)

  • ddicarlo

    I was a critical care nurse in big LA hospitals. FInally,finally someone got it true and right . Nurses are smart,complicated ,compassionate and right out there in the front lines training those new doctors.

    This show has all the heart and soul of the field .Unlike the absent nurses in Greys’ Anatomy and if they are they are swooning over residents.

    Bravo, brava
    dona

  • R Hawkins

    She ROCKS!!!

  • Tori

    I LOVE EDIE FALCO!!!!!!!!!!!

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